Field Trip (Mr. Wolf’s Class #4) (Mr. Wolf's Class #4) (Paperback)
Mr. Wolf's students are going on a field trip! Everyone gets to sleep in log cabins, come up with fun camp names, and journey through the great woods. They'll be learning about the oldest and largest trees in the forest, exploring an abandoned ghost town, and toasting s'mores over a campfire. On top of all that, there are kids from a different school to meet!
Meanwhile, Aziza and Randy must learn how to work through an argument, and Abdi is worried that he can't keep up with Henry and his new friends.
There's much to do, see, and learn in the outdoors!
About the Author
"I've really been enjoying the Mr. Wolf's Class series. Each book is filled with fun stories, great characters, and fantastic artwork!" -- Dav Pilkey
* "Young readers should easily self-identify with fifth-grade teacher Steinke's varied and sharply observed characters and wryly perceived classroom minutiae... This class gets an A." -- Kirkus Reviews, starred review
"Upbeat... the beginning of a promising new series." -- The New York Times Book Review
"With basic dialogue, a soothing setting, and no more than six frames per page, this book is ideal for new chapter book readers and older struggling readers." -- School Library Journal
"With calm intelligence and amusing, accessible realism, Steinke creates a cast in which any young reader will immediately find someone to embrace and a world that's invitingly recognizable."-- Booklist
"The cheerful plot depicts each character with care and depth." -- The Horn Book
"One of the most inspiring and comforting books of the year." -- The Beat
"I loved spending time in Mr. Wolf's Class! Aron Nels Steinke's debut is a perfect introduction to graphic novels for elementary school readers, who will laugh and empathize with Mr. Wolf's diverse group of students." -- Kate Messner, author of the Ranger in Time series and former schoolteacher
"Mr. Wolf's Class has something for everyone!" -- Gene Luen Yang, creator of American Born Chinese and former schoolteacher
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(Picture Book) - reviewed by Isabel